According to bank documents, the program aims to reduce energy use in public buildings and develop, test and scale-up of suitable sustainable financing and institutional mechanisms to support a national program. This program has the two components:
Component 1. Establishment of a Public ESCO for EE in Public Buildings (US$150 million IBRD, US$45 million concessional CTF loan)
Component 2. Technical Assistance and Implementation Support
Borrower/Client: Iller Bank
Ender Yilmaz, Deputy Director General
Email Address: email@example.com
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